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Brookly McLaughlin, an Intercontinental Exchange spokeswoman in Chicago, declined to comment.
But Nasdaq and Intercontinental Exchange say their bid is "clearly superior" than a rival $10 billion bid from Deutsche Boerse.
The ASX and Singapore Exchange announced plans in October to create what they said would be one of the world's largest and most diversified financial and Intercontinental Exchange joined forces to make an $11.
The Intercontinental Exchange, which is regulated by the FSA and where US crude oil as well as Brent and gas oil futures contracts are traded, has also agreed to share more information with the CFTC.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Stock Exchange(R) (Amex) will launch trading in options on Friday, December 9, 2005 on the following New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market listed stocks of: * Intercontinental Exchange, Inc.
Penson GHCO is a registered Futures Commission Merchant and clearing member at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, London International Financial Futures Exchange, Intercontinental Exchange, and International Petroleum Exchange.
Moving to secure their own futures as exchanges around the world consolidate, Nasdaq and the Intercontinental Exchange offered NYSE and New York derivatives business going to ICE while Nasdaq OMX -- best known for trading the world's leading technology firms -- would take its stock markets in New York, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lisbon.
15 dollars to 39 dollars a barrel in morning trade on London's InterContinental Exchange.